MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Thursday morning, October 13th

It’s a somewhat chilly, damp morning with some wind making it a bit yucky. Last evening, we finally received the rain that was projected throughout the day, always leaving me worried for our Guests at The Park, or those who wanted to visit. The rain held off and provided everyone a beautiful mildly warm day. The storm commenced about 8:00 PM last night and the few thunder booms had Erma near my side.

We have some rain coming in this morning and it looks like it will be here as I am heading across the street to the bus.

The same No. 17 driver is exasperating by his tardiness. Yesterday, I left for The Park, scheduled to leave from across the street at 11:31 AM but he didn’t arrive until 11:43 AM. I hopped off at another location to wait on No. 18 to The Park. This driver is consistently 8-12 minutes late and shows absolutely no concern about it. He’s such a dear soul and always kind but the lateness always leaves me with a good deal of anxiety as I calculate my connections.

I have received a number of texts and emails from former students who are away at college, hoping to connect with me over Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks. It’s always refreshing to hear from former students no matter how old they are!

I am concerned for my friend, Chuck Johnson, whose wife has taken ill. When I saw Chuck at The Park yesterday, he was quite concerned. I will check in on him in a bit. And we discovered that we are birthday buddies by about two weeks!

It is time to get ready for a full day at The Park and I hope the dreariness doesn’t hold potential Guests at bay.

Make it a great day!

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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